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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY;. r-r-' - � X^i'f^fmmiH'r^r'grif:-'^./:^^ '> > ^ :�.% .> .> * **�� * � -A ��� �  * ? *  � � � OREETINQS FROM. RED �* CROSS, HEADQUARTERS 4> ! t>r,:HBRlDGE "mm D'AILY HERALr? The headquarters of the Canadian Red Cross , Society , ^ all officers, branches aufferlnR relieved. For h New . YkMi fijSft.',.iv^'will t|ake tW * words of our chief commission- er In a report just received: "Until the last Canadian soldier who has offered himself aa a barrier between us and destruction is discharged from hospital, we must/ march forward steadily under the Banner of the Red Cross." (Bgd.) NOEL MARSHALL, > * > offering prizes in the contest. The results of the contest were more satisfactory than expected. The prise winners were, for the girls, iEthel Daw it ipllue  . l-rllKGo^ g'aYe'a |2 plant for first prize D. H. Elton, who Ijas been visiting'and a |1 p]ant for secondJ The Ford in Salt-Lake City, Vetiirned home yesterday afternoon. � � * Mrs. Mathers, OUi. Ave. A.,' has re ceived word tliat Gunner Ivan Mathers left Halifax on the 20th and is ex- pected home for Xmas.   * Mrs. D. S^dal, of Calgary, is spending the Xmas holidays In tho city.  * * Pbp;, John W]flng?tott^>; ijyUp-vtiBfi ,?-e-^ ceived his discharse ti;opi .the .^I'my' reaplied bom'ethls eVenlrift." � . "  - *. ��� Miss A. E. i^aul and Miss F. B. Mac-Arthur, of Okbtokaj' are spending: the Christmas holidays ^vrith Mrs, lieunard ,^ . ,!� �,! � �, , . _ O * flr   ^.^tV^.*   4   f CHURCHES AND SOCICTICS � The Sixth grades In Central school. Miss Collins' and Miss Smith's classes, recently held an advertising contest. The girls of the elates wrote ads. for the Terrill Floral Co. and the .boys for the ;Ford Motor. Cp., - these firms Have you your box of chocolates sive'uot you.can buy a fancy lox of iieUiQldijJB ^ob6ii.pea- lj�Ye infi' t%ke idvajftagf!^^f ^bjfr j- v - / '� Special From now until Christmas Eve we will refund! 20c of the purchase price pn every $ MOO |>ox of Chocolates; and 40c on every $2.00 box, iThe above Include Ganong's, Lowney's, Molr's ^nd Robinson's. * . .flulfc. Choc�late�,;�aft aniOiard oantrer j Co. gave flashlljsht^ as prizes. The teachers also gave games as prizes.    � The Sunday School children of the Christian church had a splendid time last night. The program committee planned an excellent treat for the children in the way of organized plays with "Mother Goose" as leader and "Santa Claus" assisting. After the much enjoyed games by all, the treat was- given to. the children hyj^jdlasf^eari Th^- "Llttlfe' tMshisrs'': Wef�'asKed (b iTioli-out nheirhHmhr-alid "BliUt tlieir ey�, the !�cheerful worker*!'.'*ere ta'i.(Beginners , classes, and' In- the . " evetilng ' entertained the boy scouts. These were very pleasant affairs, and were much enjoyed.  i*  ' SpeciaUsery^Qes'Were held last Sunday at tiie:TJnited!�hurch. The service prepared by Mrs. Tackson (choir lead-ei"). The members of the junior choir who were in costume, presented, the pla3r,�'*The Birthday of the King." On the'platform was placed aa illuminated cross. The different classes were [represei^ted inrgifts.'of money and groceries for needy cases in th^ city, {targe:}>asheits,iver4,paB8ed about lor glttlB. k^ferie 'afcbimt la money and groceries were received. The senior eluHr renderea excellent music. There The regular meeting of the Dominion Rebekah Lo^ge No. 41 will be be\3 iti .th'e J. O. O. F. hall on Thursday evjening at 8.00. There will be nominations: and election for officers. A good attendance is reguested. BBS � �    � ��� � WEDDINGS �  * * *   4| 4  Ptlfi^B^SMITH " The ihart-iage of Grace Myrtle Plumb, of Crossfleld, Alberta, and John Delbqrt Smith, of Lineham, Alberta, took place yesterday afternoon at th9 St. Cyprian church. The happy couple. left for Montana on., their iione^bbjif- 'itfr.' iahd Mrs. Smitl will" entitled "White Gifts Cor thei Klng"-iwiw reside at his ranch when they return. OBTAIN TAXES IFORE GEniNfiTtE ADVICE K.C., Tells Calgary Be Collected iiigh Courts , CALGARi-^^ecriilS.-That the city should take tOli-^^^^ ,to collect taxes before the ek'piiii'Hiatt of the redemption period, aflid'^iit^take any chaaoes iSii property in iK^IUrs by waiting un-tillt has obtain$[d,^,JCitle is, the advice given by Jaraes^iiir, K.C., who has handed his deciaio$>-to City Solicitor Ford. W^'^-:-. The decision'jwSfti' In part as Col- I^'hj^fra^ii ^%^4t until tfi4'tiSfe for the re-iTfl�ni(tion of the liijid Vjj'as elapsed and the city has applied fot', or at any rate has hecome' entltljid vto apply for a certificate of title to the land, the city may recover .Yhe,'taxes by action Jn the cdurt, and tj^at'lelven after hav-iBK taken the jtV:jj^p long as the city holds and Is in';a-^ip8itlohi to restore .the land to i^e-i'^nor, he re-inatns liable to pay thM^taxes although in tiie latter case the; rl^ht is not so clear and I would no1^^it'4pse^delay of procAedlhes to thB.t poijljj^,'' . . The recovery of the \t�qs bV suit; before the expiration of ||(^. exhibited at this-Wliite Wear Sale that will surely' : tenfiptjy^fl, andv^'hlle you, will bp Unable to secure them in � the i future, ait the?�'. .. v^' i ' '/ � ) >� .ov^, ' �nHiiniiHHil Siiic^^^aimsoles ; $1,25 lo $2 , In pink and white. Lace trimmed.. When you examine thfe__ silks used in these camisoles as well as the effective la?o designs ydu Will'notbe content untn you ,h,a,ve made a selection of one of ' ��lhem;-'-'\ ' (\ ^'-^ ��; ' � ' ,. Sak;5Nigli|goyits $8.50 '�; iflyiJLady Dainty wW Crepe de ciine _N�it de Jlobes. 'Tliey combine dainty comfort with utility. \, We hav.eitheinia either, flesh or white color at Silk GombinationSy $4.50 to $6.75 Made of Crepe de Chine and Silk in oiUier flesh or white. Most exquisite garments and beautifully finished with rosobuda,.,^/ Iac6 insertion, medallions, etc. Prices- Silk fBoi^doir Caps, Each, $2.00 ' � ' 'lii'wciB;v':quality silk oi iltiraW washing and wearing ca'pa-; bilities. Mads in th'e very latest models) and- daintily finished. . Fdr Fotir^1%s Only, Commencing I fe^y, Dec. ^ aild Endiiilg Tuesday/December 31 V.;' i '� 1 ... rThese,reducecL)prices have been put- into (orcein s^tie of the.fact tn|^(^lt|pis are advancirig in c^^ ^.ajpe' scarce, but we ,WMit to see the,old year ga out- with a swing and this is how we "iie Helping it uii its , LOOK AHEAD FOR THE: TakiB Full Adnmye of^l^ ^ .at would be imBOSalbie ,to equal the value of 'thi4sie'''gari''' niients at the pritfe we are aslt- . lag. fMade with round, square and sufrplice necks, .^hort find'Jj>|>|f sleeves; nbbon run beading and lace trimmed. Prices arer^ � i' 99c, $1.19, $1.29,, $1.59, $1.99.a|qU2JW:. JqRSET COVERS i � ,.Made.of soft;-Diaterlal with ' iaces' and uiedablhni-also embroidery edges. This Is B ratue typical of our specializofl ettorttt . m. the t usdermuBlin ''sactjon. Prices are- . ... 39c, i^9^ 63c; $9i, 89c, 1 . . tORTAN?! PUflliEMtEED ate Division of Supi'eme urt Renders peeision in Case of 4Un{K,on Infor-1^ m&tioh'(p|jt8 of l^rm^rs to divfefet -ffater from laterals .'^|Unnlng fro^mhe main canal to thelliud of the r. There ja a clause in tjie Irrl-'Act- pvoVldilir'for-'tWIprTiSedu^ if any one ^jijilawfuUy l^rig agaliiBt Tangye under, itjiis clause by BoHqiroy. .UpoajbMjp^th^.'togumevt of m solicitor |orig�l^!ict^feiiaaiit, the, ma|�tratd sitting:'was in doubt as to| Uie[3pRlicatJeiiltot|fcei^�^ I ae^iftOf: coi^se 'coristi'hOTTils^aonbt'^in faVor | of ths) (lefeudant and .dismissed the actloii>: Tite,* nwHWW>>Hil- 5-Mr.'�BunHitiii, who represented Bok-oyoy, did' not take this view of the act and claimed that the act was intended to protect tho lateral which carried the water to the laud the same as it protected the water in the main canal, even though the lateral was constructed by Iho water user'and not the company and though plans and rights-of-t; way for the laterals were not filed with tl(e department. By the fact that the wa^r, was to be appliedto certain la\id, Mv. Dunham contended that? it was protected by the act till it reached the land to which it was' to be applied/ auti at'the Instanee-'ofthe Gqaldal^i' I^ethWIdls'e 'A\'!ater' IJSers" AsSoClatlbh:' h^aftiealed the case toJ.he, ApfteMafe DiVjBlonoC the Supreme Oouff." SWreicfe Court sustained "^Mr/ Dun-' \x�ka vl^s'-iif full and'libltis that fl,ll iM^rals'iieceasdry-to carry the wafer-t^the boundaiy .> �> A ^ '^ ^ ! the place where it happ^ne^; theyi^^ie regiment's name, and there waa it, how it just hear of th'e failure, and he disappointed... Other troops ii^puld he sejtt to do the* iQb; Jf only. sftmeouB w^ujd rally t)iemtji ality among them. It seemed to fl^miH^ m his eyes; Twice he shouted lou4?^ wilfi tell ,vou about nee.dod th'pt touch of',inspiration to save the day. He must have looked like some legendary liei-o, for ha was A'.^lg man. With his helmet .s'nd his [jipstjretohed arm; And that b�Epe=i must have had all vthe effect �qi th bj,tfe.crie8 ofi;B%jp|i"^{^-^.)' an answering murmur. AH their aa. ger was vln that last chargei-M thai # they went like devils at ^he beela ol the big figure who led them. . � - They will show you the place wh�M:Ji he stood tip shout. They will explain.]^ e stretched ^Is arm.ia' tliem, had said 'he knew ttiey would take it. No other "regimen^ could do-jt, he V3*ldi - - ~ \And now It looked as it, they were going to, fall. �j^h^lF. general would l;,tell �lmw;h i,fwhBil-' fight. They swearthey 'h^arilti-i,! of^tliem say, tlrey have sfaeit.VI' >Wherav;^1< ^at regiment' fl ' lialitrit^}JI^)Miin among!theni; MM OTTAWA, Dec. lt4,-.i National ShchibiUi ihandQdiooysir^ largest surplus op fair, , - XT. ;